An effective education transformation can help countries to increase student competitiveness, build job skills and competencies, support economic development and provide social cohesion.
Through research and work with local governments, vendors, and communities, Intel supports countries to drive a systemic education transformation. Intel has invested over $1 billion dollars and close to 3 million employee volunteer hours to improve teaching and learning environments in 70+ countries over the last decade.
Intel’s model of education transformation is a systemic approach that is based on research and includes the best practices for improved educational outcomes. The model’s five critical components include: policy, curriculum and assessment, professional development, information communications technology and research and evaluation.
Intel supports government efforts to improve the quality of education systems with a holistic model for education transformation to create economic and social opportunities for all.
Intel believes that all learners and teachers should have access to the necessary tools to empower them to become the next generation of innovators. With over 200 innovative programs in more than 70 countries, Intel has invested over $1 billion and nearly 3 million employee volunteer hours to improve education in the last 10 years.
Intel works with governments, technology companies, and NGOS around the world to adapt and localize its innovative education programs, technology, resources and ICT solutions to transform education by improving teaching and learning. Intel Education Philippines focuses on creating opportunities for Filipino learners to engage and excel in the global knowledge community by enabling teachers and learners to explore and maximize their skills and potentials.
See how countries around the world are transforming education for their students.
Effective policy is critical to establish the conditions for success and to accelerate transformation, and must be aligned with desired behavior and outcomes.
New curriculum standards and assessment can help governments transform their education systems to meet the demands of a globally competitive environment.
A quality teaching workforce is imperative for a quality education system. Teacher professional development is a critical success factor for achieving educational improvement.
Technology is an essential foundation of education transformation, providing the tools needed to enhance teaching and learning and support student-centered learning environments.
Education-related products and solutions should be continuously improved and refined for greater teaching and learning effectiveness.